Several local arts and cultural organizations received more than $101,000 in support grants to help recover COVID-19 related expenses, according to State Reps. Shane Lindauer (R-Jasper) and Stephen Bartels (R-Eckerty).
Communities rely on small businesses to provide jobs, goods and services, and they bring Hoosiers together. Our neighbors deserve our support, especially with the challenges they are facing due to the ongoing pandemic. With Small Business Saturday Nov. 28, let's all come together and participate by shopping local and supporting Indiana-based companies.
STATEHOUSE (Nov. 19, 2020) – "Students, parents and educators are currently navigating a wide variety of challenges. Katie's knowledge and experiences from inside and outside the classroom will be valuable in the days ahead as we work on policies to support our schools during the pandemic and beyond. I look forward to working with Katie in her new role.”
"Dr. Katie Jenner brings a vast array of education experience, including serving in the classroom, school administration and higher education. She's a great pick to fill this important role. I look forward to working with her to continue supporting our Hoosier students, teachers and schools."
STATEHOUSE (Nov. 18, 2020) – Hal Slager of Schererville took the oath of office Tuesday to serve as state representative for House District 15.
STATEHOUSE (Nov. 18, 2020) – Julie Olthoff of Crown Point took the oath of office Tuesday to serve as state representative for House District 19.
Cindy Ledbetter of Newburgh took the oath of office Tuesday to serve as state representative for House District 75.
STATEHOUSE (Nov. 18, 2020) – Michelle Davis of Whiteland took the oath of office Tuesday to serve as state representative of House District 58.
STATEHOUSE (Nov. 18, 2020) – John Jacob of Indianapolis took the oath of office Tuesday to serve as state representative of House District 93.
"This session, we will tackle an aggressive legislative agenda on top of passing another responsibly balanced state budget. We remain committed to funding critical services while continuing to invest in key priorities like education, broadband and public health – especially as it relates to the pandemic.
STATEHOUSE (Nov. 17, 2020) – Elizabeth Rowray of Yorktown took the oath of office today to serve as state representative for House District 35.
STATEHOUSE (Nov. 17, 2020) – Craig Snow of Warsaw took the oath of office today to serve as state representative for House District 18.
For many, Indiana has always been the place we call home because of our connections to strong communities and Hoosier values. Others are drawn to our state for its low cost of living, long-term fiscal stability, welcoming business climate, investments in infrastructure and commitment to supporting our youth.
Indiana is home to more than 520,000 small businesses employing over 1.2 million Hoosiers. These are our neighbors, friends and family members who work hard to provide quality goods and services. Whether in person, online or by making a call, we can all do our part to support small businesses on Saturday, Nov. 28 and beyond.
Several Brown County arts and cultural organizations received more than $147,000 in support grants to help recover COVID-19-related expenses, according to State Rep. Chris May (R-Bedford).
STATEHOUSE (Nov. 10, 2020) – House Republicans re-elected State Rep. Todd Huston (R-Fishers) to serve as House Speaker during a caucus on Tuesday in Indianapolis.
State Rep. Beau Baird (R-Greencastle) encourages North Putnam High School seniors and families to attend a workshop on Monday, Nov. 16 to learn more about financial aid options for students pursuing college.
State Rep. Bruce Borders (R-Jasonville) encourages North Central High School seniors to attend a workshop on Wednesday, Nov. 18, to learn more about financial aid options for students pursuing college.
Veterans risked their lives to protect our country's freedoms. We all must take time and remember the many sacrifices these heroes made to keep us safe. This Veterans Day, let's honor all of our veterans, past and present, for bravely serving our state and nation.
State Rep. Steve Davisson (R-Salem) encourages local high school seniors and families to attend 1 of 2 workshops to learn more about financial aid options for students pursuing college.
Writing this is incredibly bittersweet. A year ago when I announced I would retire, I could not have imagined how quickly the time would go by. I have enjoyed serving our community over the last 32 years in the General Assembly. It has truly been an honor serving as the state representative for House District 58, and I am grateful for the faith and support our community has put in me over the years.
One of the worst data breaches on record occurred in September 2017, when the credit-reporting bureau Equifax announced the personal information of more than 147 million consumers, including almost 4 million Hoosiers, was exposed.
A Bloomington bridge is now officially renamed in honor of a fallen Monroe County sheriff's deputy following a resolution authored by State Rep. Peggy Mayfield (R-Martinsville) during the 2020 legislative session.
On average, Americans spend approximately $1,200 a year on prescription drugs. While Indiana has taken steps to curb costs, there is still work to do to make prescribed medications more affordable for Hoosiers. Through legislation I am working on for the upcoming session, Indiana could join 21 other states allowing pre-approved medical facilities to distribute donated medications and supplies.
STATEHOUSE (Oct. 23, 2020) – "We have watched broadband connectivity go from a luxury to a necessity, and that’s why we have to expand broadband's reach to more Hoosiers. Cooperatives, like the Tipmont REMC, can bridge the gap between rural communities and reliable, affordable internet access. The pandemic highlighted the needs of the underserved and unserved areas in our communities and state, and I am committed to working on solutions that help connect more people to this critical resource."
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